Ayurwiki:What goes on Ayurwiki
Ayurwiki is an attempt to record all things Ayurveda. Ayurvedic herbs, drugs, practices and the culture overall needs to be documented and kept at one place for everyone to be able to access.
Ayurwiki is a web-based, free-content encyclopedia project supported by the Saaranga Infotech and based on a model of openly editable content. Ayurwiki articles provide links designed to guide the user to Ayurveda related pages with additional information.
Ayurwiki.org is a Project to document all things related to Ayurveda - the herbs, the drugs, the drug manufacturers, the Practices, the Physiology, the Yoga, the Pranayama, the Concepts, the Prakriti and other related documentation.
Anyone with Web access can edit Ayurwiki, and this openness encourages inclusion of all content.
Most of ayurwiki's text and many of its images are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 3.0 Unported License (CC-BY-SA). Some text has been imported only under CC-BY-SA and CC-BY-SA-compatible license. Such text is identified either on the page footer, in the page history or on the discussion page of the article that utilizes the text. Every image has a description page that indicates the license under which it is released or, if it is non-free, the rationale under which it is used. Contributions remain the property of their creators, while the CC-BY-SA license ensure the content is freely distributable and reproducible.
Text on Ayurwiki is a collaborative work, and the efforts of individual contributors to a page are recorded in that page's history, which is publicly viewable. Information on the authorship of images and other media, such as sound files, can be found by clicking on the image itself or the nearby information icon to display the file page, which includes the author and source, where appropriate, along with other information.
Feedback and questions
Ayurwiki is run as a community effort. It is a community project that can result in an encyclopedia. Feedback about content can be, in the first instance, raised on the discussion pages of those articles. Be bold and edit the pages to add information or correct mistakes. Feedback and Questions are welcome.